Hi /trv/, I wanna move out to another state.
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And this is only because I hate everyone who I live with and I just want to live alone or atleast with one carefree roommate. But, the thing is, how would I do it, /cum/? How much money would I have to have, what do I need to have for settling in another place, what do I need to bring with me, etc. Basically what is essential for moving out?
Also would anyone on here care to be my roommate if we're in the same situation? I'm a recent 2015 highschool graduate, with no job, not going to college, and I'm not being trained in anything right now. Thinking about just hiring a taxi and flying over to where I want to go, then live in an apartment and I know you need money for that which is why I've been saving up to do just that.
The only thing I need now is a roommate, and some tips I believe, like I said before.
The visit Bulgaria thread!
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'Sup nerds, your resident Bulgarian here to recommend you to visit the country and answer questions you might have about it. As with the previous thread, I'll try and respond with an image I've taken myself so you can see some non-meme stuff that locals will do and are worth seeing/doing. To those that have previously visited, please share your experiences.
Country in general:
>4 distinct seasons, activities for each one
Beaches, Ski, Mountain Tourism, Architectural tourism, ATV/Horseback riding/etc
0.35EUR (0,40USD) for 500ml water bottle
0.5EUR (0.60USD) loaf of bread (1kg)
12.07EUR (13.76USD) cross-country train (bus is faster and almost the same)
>Civilized and peaceful, guaranteed
Tfw no civil war or ethnic conflicts (Serbia all the time)
Tfw no government censorship or explosions every 2 seconds (Turkey)
Tfw no refugees cuz very secure borders and the accepted refugees are only in the displacement centers anyway
>Still in Europe (and EU, so EZ mode with regards to border)
With RyanAir or WizzAir it will cost you more to travel within England than to spend a weekend in Bulgaria.
>Shitty administration for citizens
Baggage from the soviet years
>Shitty roads for sure
The conditions of the asphalt roads aren't acceptable in 2016, especially when we pay such taxes on them
>Parking on the pedestrian sidewalks
Soviets artificially restricted the amount of cars built, so roads and parking were plentiful 20 years ago. Not now.
Cont. with some city and location reviews.
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Can anyone tell me about Boston? I've never been there before, but I'm trying to find a new place to explore on the East Coast. So I'm thinking about going for 3 days.
How is the food, sights, nightlife, and just things to do?
I like history so the Tea Party site, and Bunker Hill look cool. But I'm unsure what else to look at
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One of my travel dreams is to go to Colombia, but I really do fear guerrilla, and I don't know if it is safe to get around the country by road within the main cities (Bogota, Medellin, Cali, Cartagena, etc.).
Also, hints, tips, must-see, etc. from Colombia